TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1929
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PLANS FOR BAZAAR
Character Reading to be Includ-
ed in Entertainment at League1
and Church Bazaar.
SCHEME IS GYPSY FAIR
Chi Omega to Serve Luncheon
and Dinner in Coffee Shop
Basketball practice, Barbour
Freshman, Basketball practice,
Barbour gymnasium. 7:15-Uni-
versity Girl's Glee club, League
'Wednesday, 4:30-Junior Wo-
men meet in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre. 5:00-Sellers for Ba-
zaar, Palmer Field House. 7:30-
Adolescent Group, Faculty Wo-
men's club, League.
Thursday, 7:15 - Women's
Aeronautical club, League bldg.
8:00-Mu Phi Epsilon, Commit-
tee room League.
Friday, 1:00-9:00 - Women's
League and Inter-Chiurch Ba-
1 AY PRODUCTION
Chairman to Announce Author
of Junior Play at Mass
MISS LOOMIS WILL SPEAK
Junior women will meet at 4:30
on Wednesday in the Lydia Men-
delssohn theatre in the Women's
league building to plan for the pro-,
duction of the junior gir's play.
At this tiri cHelen Jones, general
THEATRE WING O'F L EAGU E BUILDING
RECENTLY FLTED FOR STUDENT USE
Few people as yet know about lhr
rooms contained in the t es
wing of the League huik!ng h
on the first and third tv (
ing from the main corridor an
floor is a cheerful lotta v
has just recently been fitted i1l
with furniture from BarbourC 'a -
nasium. This furniture is ( op c-
ed mostly of gifts from s- v
men as Mrs. James B. An"eH roW
was donated to the League whn
Barbour Gymnasium was o'noo.
This room has been refinished
with blue rugs, a few piece 2! Or-
iental furniture, comfornat c'btii P
1pen to any Orgjanizatiow.jl Groups
S to use tiwm should make
E1 ) ' i '' 9Y . Coll-
Are Beginning Now
Chm stmnas m r a'- an (vcn
c'at er treat for the kidies in the}
UI vursity Hospital than it does
,or st children. Already the little
uieats have sta rt l their prepa-
Detroit Girl Becomes P
Licensed Pilot at 16:
Fivst Workouts of Season Wilt
Take Place Tonight at
MAY HAVE TWO TrANzt;
Interclass basketball will begin
at 4 o'clock tonight, when the jun-
iors and seniors will practice at
Barbour gymnasium. Sophomores
and freshmen will go on the floor
.at 5 o'clock. Miss Laurie Campbell
Friday and Saturday.
zaar, Barbour Gymnasium. 6:15
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--iiambdcaT netaLau r
Into the realm of the supernat- vate Dining room.
ural and out of the realism of a vate Dining room. 5:00-Sigma
shopping district will be only a step Delta Phi, League Cave.
at the bazaar, which will be spon- Saturday, 9:00-9:00-Women's
sored by the Women's League and ? League and Inter-Church Ba-I
five of the local churches next Fri- zaar, Barbour gymnasium. 2:30#
-Mu Phi Epsilon, League Con-
)day and Saturday. Fortune tell- course.
ing will be one of the main fea-
tures of the entertainment in con- Advisors Give Banquet;
nection with the bazaar, carrying for Housing Committee
out the motif of a gypsy fair. _HC__
Tn addition to the customary Presidents of all the organized
forms of fortune telling, palm and houses on the campus and mem-1
card reading, expert seers will also bers of the house organization
read characters of bazaar visitors committee were entertained at a
who are curious to see into the fu-
ture. The fortune telling booths, banquet given last night by the ad-
decorated in red and yellow set off visers of women in the League
with black and green, will be lo- building. The members of the staff1
cated in the parlors of Barbour of the physical education depart-
gymnasium, just adjoining the!oalsopinvteduton att-
main scene of the fair. A quarter mont were also ivited to attend.
placed in the palm of the fortune Mrs. Myro Beach Jordan, dean of1
teller will guarantee to any visitor women, addressed the group on the
a satisfactory revelation of the
past, present, or future, in any early work of the League and of
manner he may desire. the organization of houses for wo-t
A fish pond, containing endless; men. Student self government was
surprises in the form g of amusing' te suet of osh rtmnb ia-
and sefl ojecs wil o~eranEthe subject of a short talk by Eliza-
and useful 'objects, will offer an- beGD~l 3,peieto h
other attraction to bazaar shop- Board of Representatives and chair-
pers. This booth will be located in man of tephse oranizaion
the corridor of the gymnasium, to cmanit the house organization
which a ten cent admission fee will;Ti dmier. .
be charged. . This dinner is an annual affair
During the afternoons and eve- given by the advisors to the house
Dings of the two clays of the .ba- presidents and to those who haveI
zaar, the sophomore wopnen will worked on the committee which
have charge of a cabaret in Sarah every year organizes the houses on
Caswell Angell hall. Refreshments campus and aids them in working
and dance choruses will offer to out their problems. Last year the
tired shoppers a relief from the banquet was held in the Woman's I
hubbub of the fair below. Athletic building.
Chi Omega will operate a Cof-I
fee Shop in the corrective gym Miss Emily Gould, a co-ed at
room on the first floor of the Purdue university, is the great
building, serving luncheon and din- grand neice of Brigadier General
ner both days., Count Pulaski, the Polish nobleman
The entertainment committee, of who acquired fame in the Revoli-
which Elizabeth Whitney, '30Ed., is tionary war.
chairman, extends its appreciation
to the business houses from which
the articles for the fish pond were
obtained: Mack & Co., Goodyear's, GIFTS
Crippen's, the Mary Louise Shop,
Brown's Book Store, and MacLane
and Nealands. ANDY
S airm'an wi l announce the author a cheerful table lamp, a1( ope
lof iral i thil a nn in t he ;d u he onto the gardens. It m ay be ud
of the play and will introduce her by all organizations upon Uo quisi-
committee. Lion, but first choice o' dates has
The question of eligibility will be been given to the Oriental \Vonen.
discussed by Miss Alice Lloyd who They plan to use it for a mieeting
is adviser for the play. Miss Amy place and for teas.
Loomis, director, will give a talk At the end of the corridor on the
relative to' the coming tryouts. 1I first floor is a nook furnished with
is exceedingly important that all comfortable chairs especially for
women who intend to participate in those waiting for an appointmint
the play in any way attend this with Miss Amy Loomis, theatre di-
meeting. rector. Also on this floor is the
Appointments are being macei costume room which has large cat-
this week for the tryouts for the ting tables, sewing machines, and
play at a table in Uijversity Hall I a storage closet where costumes
between the hours of 9 and 12 that are not in use may be hung.
o'clock and 1 and 4 o'clock today, Across the hall is a large rehear-
tomorrow and Thursday. Arrange- sal room which is used by all stu-
ments may be made at the time of (ent productions as well as by the
at ay be ppn m ade atrtnea tme of-art section of the Faculty W omen's
the appointment for an accompan- club. Down a few flights of stairs
ist if the tryout is unable to sup- is the scene room in which seen-
ply her own. g T ery is made and stored.
Tryouts will begin on Thursday, j Two rooms on third floor in this
Dec. 12, and will be heldi the wing are known as Lounges 1 and 2.
Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. They ILounge 2 has been arranged as an
will be held on Thursday and ni7- 1attractive sitting room with comi-
day from 3:30 to 6 o'clock and oifortable chairs, an electric plate
Saturday morning from 9:30 to 12 for serving tea, and a piano loaned;
I o'clock. The committee will con- by the courtesy of the Uyivrsity
sider all those who try out, and Music House.
those whom they judge suitable for Lounge 1 has not as yet been
the -parts will be asked back for furnished but it is hoped it will
second tryouts to be held after the be ready for use in the near future.
Christmas holidays. 1A kitchenette is being furnished
across the hall.
TICET*esen "wlyfurnished roo "s a e
1F1101s for ,h; V(2 - and Miss Elizabeth Halsey, of th1
f'hey are having great fun mak ,physical education department, v ii
ma" Christmas posters anl decor-
ions in joyful antipat ion of th be in charge of the basketball sea-
cay for which they arc to be used. son. Margaret Ohlson, '30, is the
heoration of the Hospital will be- interclass basketball manager.
Jiii the 16th of this month, and If there is a large enough turn-
Christmas parties will be held on Assoic ress hoto out for practices, which will be held
each of the next three days. Each Evelyn Mathewson. at 4 and 5 o'clock, every Tuesday
unit has a party of its own. All A private pilot's license granted and Thursday, there will be two
Lhe patients, young and old, get teams for each class. Separate
together and forget for awhile why Miss Mathewson from the depart- schedules for games will be made
they are spending Christmas in the ment of commerce, makes her for first and second teams alike.
Hospital. probably the youngest aviatrix in Sophomore women who have
Miss Dorothy Ketchem, director the country. been playing hockey for gymnasi-
of the social service department, is m credit may play basketball for
responsible for the observance of ASK SOPHOMORES credit also. Besides sophomore
holidays at the Hospital She I SDRESSEScredit, any one who makes a first
ceives donations from the fra- TsitlE Wh e DRE E team will receive 100 W. A. A.
ternities and sororities and other points, while members of second
campus oranizonrs and fohr Costumes for three choruses, for teams will be awarded 50 points.
c us organizaions, and from head waitresses, candy girls, The schedule for games has not
cubsinAnnArborandthroughout and waitresses must be made this yet been planned, but they will be-
the s raternities and sor- weelg for the Sophomore Cabaret, gin sometime early in February.
orities give Christmas trees, while according to Sally Ensminger, the Managers have been appointed, but
the other organizations send in chairman of costumes. In order to will not be announced until later.
gifts, candy, fruit, and other such do this, a great number of women Captains will be elected at the end
things that go to make up Christ- are needed to help the costume of the practices, as is customary.
n-as cheer. committee. Anyone interested in
.helping .should call Miss Ensminger Winifred Root, '32, had the dis-
Charlotte Tuttle, 19 year old !at 6816 for information about the tinction of being the only woman
daughter of Unaited States Attor- work. participant at the National Glider
ney Charles H. Tuttle, is the presi- An activity point will be given to carnival held at Detroit airports
dent of the Socialist club of Vas- those women who work consistent- November 23 and 24. Miss Root was
Far college, and in this capacity ly. The material, which arrived also the first to take to the air in
recently addressed the mass meet- yesterday, will be available at all a glider, thus officially opening the
img of garment workers in New times of the day for the conven-j carnival. She ascended by the
York. ience of those who are helping. shock-cord method.
All houses must have the ar-
t les which were assigned to
iheim for the Bazaar completed
avnd turned into Hildegarde
Schueren. '30, at Helen Newberry
before 5 o'clock today. The name
of the house, the price, and the
time spent in making them must
be plainly marked on the arti-
The appointment for the pic-
ture which was to be taken of
the Board of Directors today has
been postponed until January.
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Dorothy Sample, '32, instead of
Dorothy Birdzell, as was an-
nounced Sunday, has charge of
intramural basketball. Team
managers should call her at 7117
to make arrangements for prac-
Women only were admitted to the
first women's prom, held November
8, by students of Oklahoma Agri-
cultural and Mechanical college.
Approximately 650 woomen students
t attended. Soda pop and all day
suckers furnished refreshment.
Miss Flaude Cleaveland of Addi-
son, Michigan, has had a variety
of positions. She started at the
age of nine by peddling papers. In
her spare moments she learned the
tonsorial trade and became a full-
fledged barber. This trade was her
means of livelihood until she was
offered a position as janitor and
assistant bookkeeper at the Addison
State Bank. Today she is presi-
dent of that bank.
FRIDAY,, DEC. '6
SA TURDAY DEC. 7
One to Zine p. n,
N nc to Nine
Furs and Fur Coats
Makeup, Repaired, Re-
modelled and Relined
E. L. Greenbaum
448 Spring Street
-Courtesy of Murphy's Boot Shop
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VALUES TO $150.00 reduced to $97.50
VALUES TO $89.50 reduced to $59.50
VALUES TO $49.50 reduced to $39.75
At Mack> now . .. coats that allow no speculation as to their chic
for hese are the models which have proved most popular during
this transitory period of fashion. They are copies and adaptations of